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Estudo da respiração celular em germes dentários de ratos

Respiration cellular study of rat tooth genns

Cassoni, T.A.; Inaco, B.J.; Ramalho, L.T.O.; Utrilla, L.S.

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Resumo

Foi estudada a respiração celular em germes dentários dos primeiros molares de ratos com idade variando entre 174 e 204 horas, antes de se completar o processo de calcificação. Utilizou-se o aparelho de Warburg para as medidas e verificou-se que o consumo de oxigênio teve início após 420 minutos, atingindo o nível máximo aos 720 minutos; após esse período os germes dentários apresentaram redução linear do consumo de 02.

Palavras-chave

Germe dentário, técnicas manométricas de Warburg

Abstract

We studied the celular respiration of the Wistar rats (174-204 hours old) first molar tooth germs, before mineralization by means of Warburg's technique for measurement. We verified the oxygen consumption was after 420 minutes, the maximum level 720 minutes, then the tooth germs showed linear reduction of oxygen consum.

Keywords

Tooth germ, Walburg manometric techniques

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